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July 9, 2010

Cape San Blas Turtle Eggs Relocated to Avoid Oil Spill Impact
Our beaches were busy this morning with crews of turtle patrol volunteers, representatives from NOAA, The Interior Department, National Fish and Wildlife, Florida Fish and Wildlife, news crews from CNN and the AP, FED EX PR guys and curious onlookers. The assembled were all there to either participate in or ...

March 20, 2010

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week in Review – Mar. 13-19, 2010
FINALLY – Spring is here, arriving officially today at 1:32 p.m., marking the end of what seemed like the Winter That Never Would End. We may also be witnessing the end of our local real estate slump as sales activity continues to grow, with another closing this week, three new ...

February 20, 2010

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week In Review – Feb. 13-19, 2010
I hope everyone had a nice Valentines Day last Sunday. The romance lingered here in our area as a number of buyers fell in love with coastal properties and bought them for their sweeties. One went to closing, three others went under contract, and we had six new listings and ...

February 13, 2010

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week in Review – Feb. 6-12, 2010
Greetings from the frozen south. What a topsy turvy weather week when Atlanta is brought to a standstill because of snow while Vancouver’s having to truck snow in for the Olympics. Locally we’re still running about 15 degrees below normal with day time highs hanging in the 40s. Our market ...

January 2, 2010

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week in Review – Dec. 26 – Jan. 1, 2010
The annual holiday season marathon mercifully draws to an end and we can get back to our normal routines. With these two back-to-back holiday celebrations things were a bit slow in the real estate market this week, but we still managed to write two new contracts. Not much else, only ...

May 25, 2008

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week In Review – May 17-23, 2008
The lazy, hazy days of summer arrived right on schedule this Memorial Day weekend here on the Cape with gorgeous weather, mid to high 80’s but with a steady, cooling breeze and lower than normal humidity at 68%. After taking a play day off yesterday I’m ready to get back ...

May 10, 2008

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week In Review – May 3-9, 2008
Spring is the season of renewal and growth and unfortunately that’s exactly what our inventory did this week after holding steady for the past three. It grew nearly 2% with a total of 466 (up from 458), with 174 houses (vs. 171) and 292 lots (vs. 287). There was a ...

May 3, 2008

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week In Review – April 26 – May 2
April showers bring May flowers and this week it brought the most buyers and sales activity we’ve seen since I started this blog back in September. Lots to cover (about time!) so let’s just jump right in. Inventory is holding steady for the third week in a row, completely unchanged ...

April 27, 2008

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week In Review – April 19 – 25
It all depends which side of the fence you’re sitting on whether the Cape San Blas real estate market is improving or not. Sellers would say “no”, but buyers are starting to say “yes”. One encouraging sign in this market correction is that our overall inventory continues to go down, ...

April 24, 2008

Indian Pass Gulf Front Lot Slashed to $350,000
It’s like a Christmas gift in this morning’s Hot Sheet: a 75′ gulf front lot on Indian Pass slashed from $450K to $330K , or only $4,400 per waterfront foot. Unbelievable. Here’s the MLS description: 1+/- ACRE GULF FRONT PROPERTY. 75 FEET OF WATER FRONTAGE. Beautiful property with great wide ...

April 19, 2008

Cape San Blas Real Estate Week In Review – April 12-18, 2008
The one question I hear more than any other is “has the market reached bottom yet?”. I believe that the past is the best predictor for the future and therein may lie our answer. Looking back we can clearly see that the local market peaked in late 2004, but robust ...

April 17, 2008

Important Update on Beach Stairs, Walkovers & Sand Fencing
Beach restoration is well underway, beginning near Eagle Harbor in the park and working its way steadily southward, already nearing Secluded Dunes. With as long as this project has been in planning you would think the county would have already notified beachfront owners of what they needed to do with ...

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